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How to Get the Most Out of Samsung DeX for PC

For more than two years, Samsung DeX has let users extend their Galaxy smartphones to the desktop by connecting a monitor and pairing a keyboard and mouse. It’s a great way to get work done without needing a PC.

Now, with the launch of the Galaxy Note10, there’s a new way to use the Samsung DeX platform with your PC.

Samsung DeX for PC lets you access all your mobile apps and content on any compatible Windows PC or Mac. Finally, you can bring together your mobile and desktop worlds, so you can be more productive and focused.

To get started, first install the Samsung DeX for PC app on your Windows PC or Mac. Once installed, connect your Galaxy Note10 to your PC via your USB cable. DeX for PC will launch automatically, giving you access to all your mobile apps and content. You can view DeX for PC in full-screen mode or as a tiled window.

If you’ve used DeX before, the experience will feel familiar. You can open multiple apps and multitask using your laptop, keyboard and trackpad. You can send messages and take calls. Everything on your mobile device, including your photos, is right there.

The great thing about DeX for PC is how it merges your PC and smartphone experience. It’s easy to move files between your phone and PC and vice versa. Simply drag and drop between DeX for PC and your desktop.

Samsung DeX is all about extending the power of your Galaxy smartphone. It lets you work productively on your smartphone without your PC and now lets you work even smarter with your PC.

Optimize your mobile connectivity with DeX by downloading your free guide. Already preordered your Note10? See how it pairs with Microsoft Office applications to enhance your productivity.

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Natalie Zfat is a social media entrepreneur and Forbes Contributor who has partnered with some of the most iconic brands in the world, including Rolling Stone, Food Network, American Express and Levi’s. Curating original content and videos, Zfat gains millions of impressions for the brands she advocates for. When she's not engaging with her half a million followers, Zfat loves sharing her entrepreneurial thought leadership at conferences and universities, including Carnegie Mellon, NYU Stern School of Business, The Harvard Club of New York and Internet of Things World. Follow Natalie on Twitter: @NatalieZfat

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